Hi Counts have up to 12 times more diodes

Nov. 1, 2004
Grote Industries is providing its line of Hi Count LED lighting products for heavy-duty vehicles. The line, which includes popular sizes of clearance/marker

Grote Industries is providing its line of Hi Count LED lighting products for heavy-duty vehicles. The line, which includes popular sizes of clearance/marker and stop/tail/turn applications, features LED technology with as many as 12 times the diodes of standard lighting.

Hi Count lights are designed for quick “plug and go” retrofit by using standard incandescent wire termination. They are interchangeable with either traditional incandescent or newer LED technology.

The new lights have multiple LEDs arranged in a clean, concentric layout. Chrome accessories for both red and yellow applications are included for beehive, square-corner round and turtleback designs. Theft-resistant flanges are also available.

This line is detailed in Grote's new catalog (56-9513-24). For more information, contact Grote, 2600 Lanier Dr, Madison IN 47250.

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